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Apple Store down ahead of ‘iPhone 12’ debut event

Hours before it is due to hold its “Hi, Speed” event, Apple has taken down its online Apple Store in preparation for the introduction of new products, such as the “iPhone 12” lineup.

A custom that precedes practically any important product launch for the company, Apple has blocked off its online store from customers at approximately 7am eastern time, preventing any new purchases from taking place. Instead, consumers are greeted by the customary “Be right back” screen, explaining there are updates being made to the Apple Store and to “check back soon.”

The message’s appearance usually takes place during maintenance periods before major announcements, such as product launches or refreshes. This also includes major product presentations, such as September’s “Time Flies” event and Tuesday’s “Hi, Speed” event.

Apple will commence the show from 10am pacific time (1pm eastern time), with a video stream featuring Apple executives showing

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AMI Paris Celebrates Nine Years With A New Store In Shanghai, Billboard Ads And A Debut On The Seine

Nine has always been AMI Paris founder and designer Alexandre Mattiussi’s magic number. Factored into significant dates in his life, when it came time to celebrate his brand, founded in 2011, the tenth anniversary was out of the question.

“Nine is everywhere in my life the meetings, the big success and love stories all have something to do with 9,” he said. Despite the challenges of the last six months, 2020 hasn’t been a total wash for AMI Paris, said the French-born with Italian roots creative director and brand president. Both the designer and CEO Nicolas Santi-Weil agree it’s led to opportunity.

SPRING 2021: A LOVE LETTER TO PARIS

Paris Fashion Week – however, altered due to social-distancing regulations – rolled

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Farmhouse Kitchen makes its Peninsula debut with new Menlo Park location

Thai restaurant Farmhouse Kitchen has found a new home in Menlo Park.

On Wednesday, chef-owner Kasem “Pop” Saengsawang and co-owner Ling Chatterjee launched their soft opening, where they have begun to offer indoor and patio dining in addition to takeout and delivery.

An imaginative interior has been set up inside the space at 1165 Merrill St. where golden chandeliers hang over a long dining table and colorful flowers adorn the walls.

ALSO: We shadowed a restaurant server for a full shift. This is their new normal.

Regulars of the Oakland and San Francisco locations know that the attention to detail inside the restaurant transfers over to the food itself. The Menlo Park location will have a similar menu to the Oakland and S.F. locations; you can find its vibrant blue rice served with the popular Hat Yai fried chicken.

The Farmhouse Kitchen in Menlo Park will be the fifth restaurant

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